Call for submissions
Françoise-Chamard-Cadieux Art Gallery
Deadline: March 25th 2022
The Aberdeen Cultural Center invites artists residing in New Brunswick to submit a visual art exhibition project and thus have the chance to be part of the next program of the FCC Art Gallery. Three projects will be selected by a committee of peers, made up of professional artists, ensuring a diversified program.
The exhibition periods are as follows:
- May 13 to August 5, 2022
- November 4, 2022 to January 27, 2023
- February 3 to April 28, 2023
The exhibitions are for 12 weeks.
The artists’ fees comply with the CARFAC tariffs in force.
The Françoise-Chamard-Cadieux Art Gallery, located on the 2nd floor of the Aberdeen Cultural Center in Moncton, New Brunswick, is a space dedicated to the presentation of visual and multidisciplinary arts. Its programming takes into account current art trends while being relevant to its environment and community. The Aberdeen Cultural Center aspires to equity in all aspects of the organization and acknowledges that structural inequalities also exist in the cultural and artistic milieu. We strongly encourage applications from equity-seeking communities, people who identify as Indigenous, Black, People of Colour, people with disabilities, people from the 2SLGBTQIA+ community and/or people living at intersectionalities.
You have until March 25th, 2022 to submit your proposals. Send the documents via the WeTransfer platform to the following email address: [email protected]
The file must include:
- Project title and detailed description (2 pages maximum).
- the artistic approach of the artist or artists in the case of a collective (maximum of one page per artist);
- the curriculum vitae (maximum of two pages per person) of the main collaborators in the project;
- technical needs of the project;
- ten digital photos and / or videos of recent works identified, numbered and accompanied by a descriptive list.
* Please note that the exhibit space occupies the entire second floor corridor and is used frequently by occupants and visitors. Please consider this in your exhibition proposal.
|The Françoise-Chamard-Cadieux Art Gallery
Formerly called the “Galerie du 2e”, the Françoise-Chamard-Cadieux Art Gallery was inaugurated on April 15, 2021.
By naming this art gallery after Françoise-Chamard-Cadieux, the Aberdeen Cultural Center pays tribute to a great Acadian woman who dedicated her life to the development of French and the rights of women in Acadia. With the complicity of Angela Bourgeois and thanks to their leadership and determination, a first French High school will see the light of day in the Greater Moncton area. Françoise will also be part of the group that will campaign for the creation in New Brunswick of the Advisory Council on the Status of Women and for the opening of a first shelter for abused women in Moncton. A lover of the arts and culture in general, the Aberdeen Cultural Center has been an essential place for her to showcase the artistic creation of Southeastern New Brunswick.
The Françoise-Chamard-Cadieux Art Gallery’s programming is made possible through the support of Canadian Heritage, the City of Moncton and the Government of New Brunswick.
The Aberdeen Cultural Center recognizes that the land on which it is located is the unceded traditional territory of the Wolastoqiyik and Mi’gmaq peoples. This territory is covered by the “Treaties of Peace and Friendship” that the Wolastoqiyik and Mi’gmaq first entered into with the British Crown in 1726. The treaties in question did not include a land surrender clause. and resources, but effectively recognized Mi’gmaq and Wolastoqiyik titles and set the rules for what should be enduring relationships between nations.